Houston-Area and Central(ish) Texas Medic Jobs

RocketMedic

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So with Cypress Creek shutting down and kicking dozens to the curb, who is hiring in the Houston and SE/Central Texas areas?

It’s a bit of a drive, but I know a lot of the counties between Houston and Austin are actively hiring for all levels.
 

DrParasite

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RocketMedic

RocketMedic

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ATC is a vortex of mandatory overtime and “wokeness”.
 

EpiEMS

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RocketMedic

RocketMedic

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They’re suspending and firing people at the drop of a hat for literally **any** conduct that their civilian review board doesn’t like. When the board is primarily comprised of awakened Karens, there are some challenges. It’s apparently not even about professionalism or clinical medicine but more of a circular firing squad from what I’m hearing.

source- my partner, who just left ATCEMS due to mandatory overtime.
 

Tigger

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Are there thoughts about the new service (Harris County ESD 11)?

Pretty cool opportunity to build an ambulance service from the ground up.
 

fm_emt

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They’re suspending and firing people at the drop of a hat for literally **any** conduct that their civilian review board doesn’t like. When the board is primarily comprised of awakened Karens, there are some challenges. It’s apparently not even about professionalism or clinical medicine but more of a circular firing squad from what I’m hearing.

source- my partner, who just left ATCEMS due to mandatory overtime.
oh wow. it's gotten that bad there, eh? I had wondered why they seemed to be desperately hiring recently. (saw some reddit comments recently.)
 
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RocketMedic

RocketMedic

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oh wow. it's gotten that bad there, eh? I had wondered why they seemed to be desperately hiring recently. (saw some reddit comments recently.)
-150+ positions, essentially a full shift. Someone is always on overtime. And civil service means you can’t say no.
 
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